Paranoid Android Topaz v2 Released
The Topaz v2 release has brought about improvements in the Paranoid Android, making it better than ever on the Nothing Phone 1. Along with LineageOS, Paranoid Android is among the few remaining AOSP-based ROMs that are still being actively developed. While LineageOS is known for its features, Paranoid Android is renowned for delivering a seamless and stable user experience. The latter began its Android 13 journey in October 2022, with stable Topaz builds starting to roll out in February, albeit only for selected devices. Since then, the development team has been slowly expanding its list of supported devices with timely new additions.
In recent weeks, several Poco and Xiaomi phones have been added to the roster of Paranoid Android Topaz-supported devices. The Paranoid Android team has now dropped the first stable Android 13-based Topaz build of their ROM for a range of devices, including the Poco F4/Redmi K40S, Poco F3/Redmi K40/Xiaomi Mi 11X, Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G/Xiaomi Mi 11 LE, Asus Zenfone 9, Redmi Note 11/NFC, Redmi 7A/Redmi 8/Redmi 8A, Poco M3/Redmi 9T, and Poco F2 Pro/Redmi K30 Pro/Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition.
How to install Paranoid Android?
To install Paranoid Android or any other custom ROM on your phone, you must unlock its bootloader and flash a custom recovery. As this is the first Paranoid Android Topaz release for the above devices, you may encounter some bugs and issues, so make sure to report them so they can be resolved in future releases.
You can download Paranoid Android Topaz for your phone from the official Paranoid Android website. The Paranoid Android team has also released Topaz v2 builds for the Poco F1, OnePlus 5/5T, and Nothing Phone 1 in the last week of April. The Nothing Phone 1’s second stable release is noteworthy because it adds a functional Glyph interface and further improves the haptics, resulting in even better performance and smoothness than before. If you have any of the phones mentioned above running Paranoid Android Topaz, you can directly upgrade to the newer build.
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